Why The Nazis Believed They Could Win the Battle of Britain

I wouldn’t say “agonizingly close”. Upon reading the details, it’s arguable to say that the Germans got their collective asses handed to them and the Battle of Britain was an exercise in how an offensive air war is probably not a good idea.

This year marks the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Britain, the first time in history that one nation tried to defeat another using airstrikes. Here’s how the Nazis thought they could do it—and how agonizingly close they actually came to achieving victory.

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